Extensive seizure uncovers virtually €1.5m worth of illegal tablets, money and guns
A extensive bust by gardai has uncovered virtually €1m worth of medicines, virtually €500k in money and three guns.
A man in his early 40s has been arrested when it comes to the most well-known seizure that came in some unspecified time in the future of MDMA, cocaine, hashish, illegal money and a series of handguns.
Around 11am on Tuesday, as portion of an intelligence led operation, gardaí connected to the Meath Divisional Treatment Unit executed a search operation at a enterprise premises at Rathfeigh, Co Meath.
At some point soon of the course of the quest, approximately €570,000 of MDMA tablets, €156,000 of MDMA powder, approximately €140,800 of cocaine, €80,000 of hashish herb and 6,000 suspected Xanax tablets with an estimated worth of €12,000, had been seized by gardaí.
In total, the suspected tablets seized hold an estimated worth of €958,800 (pending evaluation).
Money to the worth of €489,120 became once also seized.
A Glock 9mm semi-automated handgun, two Walter 9mm handguns, two silencers, and 75 rounds of 9mm Luger and Fiocci ammunition had been also taken.
A garda spokesman stated: “A man in his early 40s became once arrested at the scene.
“This man is at the second detained at Ashbourne Garda Dwelling below the provisions of Share 2 of the Prison Justice (Drug Trafficking) Act, 1996.
“Investigations are ongoing.”